Find your favorite fall foods at our Farmers’ Market this Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St., Flemington. There’s plenty of free parking located near our farmers and vendors.
Also, this weekend is your last chance to purchase your tickets to our raffle to win a week’s stay at a two-bedroom condo in Maui. Fieldstone Coffee Roasters is generously donating its condo; proceeds will benefit HLT’s work to protect the places you love in the Hunterdon County area. Visit our booth to purchase your tickets. One lucky winner will be chosen later that evening at our Farm to Table dinner.
What’s Happening at the Market
Blue Mist Hollow Farm recently returned to our market. Stop by its stand for a fine selection of perennial and annual plants.
Comeback Farm: The beet goes on at Comeback Farm and that’s a wonderful thing! You’ll find loads of delicious organic beets at its stand. Also grab some potatoes and cabbage to make a fabulous beet soup (recipe below). Comeback will also have plenty of salad greens, pears, radishes and herbs.
Neil’s Sharpening Service: It’s the fourth Sunday of the month, so if you have dull knives, scissors, lawn mower blades, etc. bring them to our market. Neil’s Sharpening Service will have them working like new!
Neshanic Station Apiaries is bringing back more of its popular Bourbon & Fall Spice soap bars (they sold out last week!) and its Bee Knees Kitchen Wrap. Neshanic is also introducing a new Raw Honey & Goat Milk bath bar.
Purely Farm: Are you tired of having chicken for dinner every week? Purely Farm has the perfect solution for your poultry predicament. Turkey London broil is undeniably a unique and wonderful way to spice up your weekday meals. Purely Farm is offering turkey London broil, turkey tenderloin, breasts, drumsticks and ground turkey this weekend. Enjoy locally pasture-raised, organically fed Purely Turkey to jump start your Thanksgiving season.
Will’s Amazing Vegan Burgers returns to our market. Stock up on the best vegan burgers — using locally sourced organic veggies from Sandbrook Meadow and Comeback farms — around!
Farmers’ Market Yoga will be led by Lauren Theis. Join her at 10 a.m. in our wagon house.
A Little Bit Off returns to our Farmers’ Market, performing for you between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in our music tent.
GRILLED BEET, ARUGULA & GOAT CHEESE
What You’ll Need:
1/2 ounce sherry (optional)
What To Do:
– Start off by roasting the beets by your preferred method. For instance, you can skin them with a paring knife, slice them evenly, toss them in some olive oil and salt, then baked on 375°F for 20-30 minutes, flipping halfway through.
– Once the beets have cooked to your desired tenderness (poke them with a fork or taste a few slices), take them out of the oven and in a pan on medium-high heat, quickly fry them with about a ½ ounce of sherry wine, cooking until evaporated.
– Once you have finished frying the beets, slice up your bread, butter each side, lay down some arugula, a little bit of goat cheese, then your beets and some more goat cheese, and slap it together!
– Fry the sandwich in a pan on medium heat until each side is golden brown, then sliced it in half and enjoy!
Courtesy of BS’ in the Kitchen